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START HERE! Read some UNBELIEVABLE Camel Spider stories from Troops in Iraq and people around the World
Click here to SEE an AMAZING CAMEL SPIDER BITE STORY! Warning! Pictures are graphic and not suitable for all.
The Camel Spider.
spider stories began to spread during the 1990-91 Gulf War. Now, with the continued presence of U.S. forces in theMiddle East, the stories are becoming legendary... Many of the stories on the internet are completely untrue.
These creatures are (usually) not dangerous to humans. But, dangerous or not, these
creatures are horrifying to encounter. I pity anyone who encounters one
for the first time.
Soldier in Iraq bitten by a Camel Spider. Yes, they can bite. If they do, there is always the possibility of infection. CLICK HERE TO ENLARGE THIS CAMEL SPIDER BITE!
With the internet becoming so much more widely used during this Iraq conflict,
rumors are spreading like wildfire. E-mail chain letters with claims,
"he/she said his or her friend—or friend of a friend—knew
a soldier stationed in Iraq who had said that these camel spider could
inject a sleeping soldier with anesthetic, then chew out a chunk of flesh."
Most people don't know that the camel spider can also
be found in the southwest U.S. and Mexico. While the recent buzz is all
about the Middle Eastern camel spider, its North American cousin has no
shortage of tall tales. In Mexico, they're known as matevenados, which
means "deer killers."
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on spider bites:
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